Tombstone: A Cardboard Western premiered at the Yukon Arts Centre Mainstage in the spring of 2017, to sold out audiences. This dynamic, and visually stunning original Yukon theatre piece is back for one night only at the Old Fire Hall.

With all of the puppets and set constructed from cardboard, hot glue and magnets Tombstone mashes the genres of science fiction and westerns and blends the worlds of puppetry and film. 
Petal, a lonesome cowgirl working at the robot western-styled amusement park town of Tombstone dreams of creating her own wild- west entertainment show with a real live cowboy. 
When Hank rides into town Petal seizes the opportunity to use Hank’s cowboy skills but doesn’t count on falling in love with the drifter cowboy.
Set against the backdrop of a robot uprising Petal struggles with her own identity when she finds herself in a love triangle with Hank and a robot cowboy. 

Ramshackle Theatre's Tombstone is part spaghetti western, part Westworld and all cardboard!

 

Tombstone: A Cardboard Western
October 26 | Old Fire Hall